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Glory to the Khagan

Mainquest1 Icon.png Lv. 66   Glory to the Khagan
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Hien: The Azim Steppe - Onsal Hakair - Mol Iloh (x:31.2, y:12.2)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: The Dawn Throne

Journal detail hr1 08.png Requirements
071201.png66NaadamMainquest1 Icon.png Naadam (Level 66)

Spacer2.png Any Disciple of War or Magic (excluding limited jobs) (Level 66)

Journal detail hr1 03.png Rewards

106,000
Experience Points

760
Gil
Guaranteed
Morin Khuur
Aether Current
Aether Current
Miscellaneous Reward
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Unlocks ability to purchase Morin Khuur
Edit Glory to the Khagan's Miscellaneous Reward
Journal detail hr1 04.png Description
Hien has what can be best described as a “shite-eating grin.”
Journal detail hr1 01.png Objectives
  • Speak with Temulun.
  • Speak with the diligent Mol warrior.
  • Strike a /victorypose at the mark of Mol Iloh.
  • Speak with Cirina.
Journal detail hr1 02.png Unlocks Quests
071201.png66In Crimson They WalkedMainquest1 Icon.png In Crimson They Walked (Level 66)
071221.png66A Sheep to Fly ForSidequest1 Icon.png A Sheep to Fly For (Level 66)
071221.png66Honor in VictorySidequest1 Icon.png Honor in Victory (Level 66)
071221.png66Steppe of Hard KnocksSidequest1 Icon.png Steppe of Hard Knocks (Level 66)
071221.png66Wouldn't Hurt a FlySidequest1 Icon.png Wouldn't Hurt a Fly (Level 66)

  • Hien has what can be best described as a “shite-eating grin.”

Ah, but it would be rude of me to monopolize your attention. Doubtless there are others who would speak with you.


Let us go and greet Temulun Khatun.
Quest Accepted
Go on! They're waiting for you, I'm sure!
The others have returned as well, it would seem.
I saw you fight, Forename! You were incredible!
Where did you learn such feats? Is everyone in the West as strong as you? Can you teach me!?
Stop fidgeting and let me set the bone! You're only making it worse for yourself!
<pant> <pant> I know, I know! Just...just give me a moment!
My arms, my legs, everything is tired and sore. I feel as though I could sleep for a day...

I...I took a wound. But it will heal with time and care. The children are gathering herbs for a poultice.


Had the Naadam lasted much longer, I may not have survived. Thank you.

Welcome, warriors of the Steppe. It is an honor to receive you once more.


We observed the battle from a distance, and marked the moment of your triumph. In that instant, I wept tears of joy.


Not only did you bring us victory in the Naadam, but you ensured that every one of my kinsmen returned with their lives.

Some were more gravely wounded than others, but none were lost to us. We could not have asked for anything more.


If it is not too much of an imposition, would you be willing to go and speak with them? A simple gesture for those with whom you shared the battlefield.
We won...we actually won! I mean, you did. If it were not for you...
Temulun Khatun! We are returned, and victorious!
I hope everyone is all right...or alive, at least.
Ah...mayhap you should speak with the khatun instead of me. That is why we are here, is it not?
I saw you fight, Forename! You were incredible!
Where did you learn such feats? Is everyone in the West as strong as you? Can you teach me!?
Stop fidgeting and let me set the bone! You're only making it worse for yourself!
<pant> <pant> I know, I know! Just...just give me a moment!
For the Mol to triumph in the Naadam with the aid of outsiders. The Steppe will not soon forget this day.
My arms, my legs, everything is tired and sore. I feel as though I could sleep for a day...

I...I took a wound. But it will heal with time and care. The children are gathering herbs for a poultice.


Had the Naadam lasted much longer, I may not have survived. Thank you.

Some part of me still struggles to believe it, but we won! We defeated the Oronir and the Dotharl and won!


When they appeared before us I was filled with such fear as I had never known. But then I saw you charge with Cirina and the others, and before I knew it, I was running and shouting...


I will carry the memory of that moment with me always. As well as the moment when you became one with the ovoo and were declared khagan!


The victorypose you struck was a sight to behold! I say, would you be willing to show us again?
Where did you learn such feats? Is everyone in the West as strong as you? Can you teach me!?
Stop fidgeting and let me set the bone! You're only making it worse for yourself!
<pant> <pant> I know, I know! Just...just give me a moment!
Hahaha! The pleasure and the pain that can only come in the wake of a battle. I know it well.
You really shouldn't... I mean, I'm glad you're all right, but we had our own reasons for fighting, and it feels wrong to be thanked for that...
How long it has been since last I saw young men and women celebrating a hard-fought victory... Let us pray we enjoy a similar sign in Yanxia soon.
For the Mol to triumph in the Naadam with the aid of outsiders. The Steppe will not soon forget this day.
Please, it would mean a great deal to the others if you were to go and speak with them again.
My arms, my legs, everything is tired and sore. I feel as though I could sleep for a day...

I...I took a wound. But it will heal with time and care. The children are gathering herbs for a poultice.


Had the Naadam lasted much longer, I may not have survived. Thank you.
Aye, that's the stuff of legends! That's the khagan in all his splendor!
Praise be to the khagan, and to the gods for guiding him to us!
Glory to the khagan and his comrades! Forever and forever! A hundred years! The khagan!
It is a silly thing to ask, I know, but I must! Please, will you not show us again your grand victorypose?
It is a silly thing to ask, I know, but I must! Please, will you not show us again your grand victorypose?
Where did you learn such feats? Is everyone in the West as strong as you? Can you teach me!?
Stop fidgeting and let me set the bone! You're only making it worse for yourself!
<pant> <pant> I know, I know! Just...just give me a moment!
Hahaha! The pleasure and the pain that can only come in the wake of a battle. I know it well.
You really shouldn't... I mean, I'm glad you're all right, but we had our own reasons for fighting, and it feels wrong to be thanked for that...
How long it has been since last I saw young men and women celebrating a hard-fought victory... Let us pray we enjoy a similar sign in Yanxia soon.
For the Mol to triumph in the Naadam with the aid of outsiders. The Steppe will not soon forget this day.
Please, it would mean a great deal to the others if you were to go and speak with them again.
My arms, my legs, everything is tired and sore. I feel as though I could sleep for a day...

I...I took a wound. But it will heal with time and care. The children are gathering herbs for a poultice.


Had the Naadam lasted much longer, I may not have survived. Thank you.

Ah, Forename! I am told you gave the young warriors a fine show!


Grandmother and I have been discussing how we might best express our gratitude to you. Mere words did not seem sufficient.


This is a morin khuur─a traditional instrument of our people.


The feats of our greatest heroes, like Bardam and Chakha, are preserved in song. Yours too will live on for years to come.


Perhaps one day you might learn how to play it! But, even if not, you may look on the morin khuur and remember this time, this place. As we will when we hearken to the music.
Quest Completed
For the Mol to triumph in the Naadam with the aid of outsiders. The Steppe will not soon forget this day.
It is good that they can delight in such simple things as the dramatic posings of a comrade.
I think they love you, Forename! They really, really love you!
Like the child and the father, the student and the master, all men need an ideal for which to strive.
How impressive! I shall have to practice with my own weapons until I can do the same!
How I envy you, khagan! You could court the woman of your choice!
Have a care that it heals properly. There is much work to be done, and you will be needed.
Yes, yes, I know...even in victory we must look to the future.
I could hear the others cheering. What did I miss? Is there to be a feast or some other celebration?

I...I took a wound. But it will heal with time and care. The children are gathering herbs for a poultice.


Had the Naadam lasted much longer, I may not have survived. Thank you.
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